Growing Deep-Rooted Vegetables In Your Organic Garden
Deep-rooted vegetables have been grown by gardeners for millenniums, because they know that there is going to be a next advantage of having a deep-rooted vegetables’ harvest. Not only is it going to be bountiful, but the treatment done to the soil during this growing process is going to enrich it manifold.
Deep-rooted vegetables improve the soil as special preparation has to be made for them. That means you have to go in for the cultivation except for spinach.
Celery, onions and leeks need well-prepared ground and asparagus and rhubarb are permanent crops. That means these are going to be your main crops interspersed with short-term crops like spinach, – between different main crop sowings- which are going to be harvested from your land every year. Spinach is thus called a “catch” crop.
This book is going to give you information on how best you can utilize the ground around you to grow organic vegetables for your family and also possibly for the organic market in your city. Remember for millenniums people have been using traditional organic farming methods for growing their vegetables. So it is time to come back to nature and say goodbye to artificial fertilizers and harmful chemical pesticides.
Table of Contents
- Seed sowing
- Trench Growing
- Knowing More about Earthing up
- Summer Spinach
- Winter Spinach
- Preparing Your Asparagus Bed
- Author Bio
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